Weights and Measures Act 1987

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30H Court may refer appeals back for reconsideration

(1)

Notwithstanding anything in section 30G, a District Court Judge may, in any case, instead of determining any appeal under that section, direct the Secretary to reconsider, either generally or in respect of any specified matters, the whole or any part of the matter to which the appeal relates.

(2)

In giving any direction under this section, the District Court Judge shall—

(a)

advise the Secretary of the Judge’s reasons for doing so; and

(b)

give to the Secretary such directions as the Judge thinks just concerning the reconsideration or otherwise of the whole or any part of the matter that is referred back for reconsideration.

(3)

In reconsidering the matter so referred back, the Secretary shall have regard to the District Court Judge’s reasons for giving a direction under subsection (1), and to the Judge’s directions under subsection (2).

Section 30H: inserted, on 1 July 1991, by section 13 of the Weights and Measures Amendment Act 1991 (1991 No 9).